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Navigating the thicket of multitudinous and sometimes conflicting state laws regarding collectible vehicles – and that includes everything from hot rods and street rods to kit cars, antiques, dune buggies, lifted and lowered vehicles, you name it – can often be frustrating and confusing, especially if you don’t live in Vermont, where we’re sure they’d let you get away with piloting an M1 Abrams tank as a daily driver. Sure, you could go down to your local DMV, take a number and stare down Patty and Selma to try to get the specific information and forms you need to register your collector car, but SEMA’s gone ahead and done that heavy lifting for you.
With the SEMA Action Network’s new Tag & Title Toolbox, they’ve collected all the various rules and regulations currently on the books in each of the 50 states that apply to collector and specialty vehicles. Those rules and regulations concern not just titling, but also emissions, safety inspections, VIN verifications and applicable exemptions. The Toolbox also includes forms that can be printed out and used for registering specialty vehicles at your local DMV.
SEMA notes that the information in the Toolbox is current for 2010, but subject to change in the future.